On Saturday, 5 March, the Kunstfort presents a live public program on ecology, history, (human) bodies, dreams, and languages. Featuring work by artists from Central and Northern Asia, the pieces touch on stories of colonialism and the Soviet past of these regions, which led to today’s reality of capitalist exploitation.
With works by Saodat Ismailova, Haider Mukhit, and Natalia Papaeva, it is co-composed and accompanied by a text by researcher Fabienne Rachmadiev and is moderated by Zippora.
The public program is open to everyone and free of charge. No reservation is needed. Start at 15:00, doors open at 14:30 at the fort.
Read more about this program here.